Easter Fun, Continued Decluttering, a Movie and a Tasty Dinner

Even though my children are teenagers, they still love the Easter egg fun. I don’t think that there should be an age limit do you? The cream eggs were eaten before breakfast and I think they started on the large ones late morning 😀. The girls mostly stayed in their rooms after that, only really coming out for non-chocolatey food.

I really enjoyed the pace of today; the sun shone again and I did some enjoyable pottering about and tidying up (mostly sorting out the stuff that I took out of the conservatory yesterday). I found another packet of seeds that I hadn’t planted and sowed them in a plastic tray.

I checked on my other seedlings 🌱 and noted that they are getting a bit crowded (maybe a job for next week). I found some random pots and something else interesting in the depths of the garage – more on that tomorrow.

Today I even got the time to update my other blog, sit in the garden for ages on my own, and watch the movie ‘Yesterday’ with my husband. Love that movie.

My husband slow cooked roast lamb for dinner this evening and I made the potatoes, veg and gravy. We washed it down with a glass of red wine 🍷. Delicious!

Until tomorrow…

Sandra

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About Sandra Madeira

I am a full-time working mum with a passion for writing and inspiring others. Subjects I tend to blog about are life skills, parenting, decluttering, worklife balance, etc. At the moment I am on a decluttering mission creating space in my house, garden and mind. I have challenged myself to do at least ten minutes a day and write about it. Have a good day! Sandra Freelance Writer www.sandramadeira.com
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4 Responses to Easter Fun, Continued Decluttering, a Movie and a Tasty Dinner

  1. I didn’t plan well and forgot to buy our usual Easter dinner supplies, but I did have a chicken to defrost so I roasted that and some potatoes and green beans. I even had rolls! Top it off with some wine and it was delicious. I felt bad having to run over a plate to my son because he still can’t be with us, but at least he knows we care and I know he is eating!

    • Sounds like a lovely day. Well done for coming up with a whole dinner with what you had in the house. Thank goodness for freezers! That was lovely of you to take your son some dinner, I bet he appreciated that. 😊

      • It is tough when he lives next door and can’t be with us, but his father is in a risk group and he was exposed to a co-worker who came down sick with the virus, so…

  2. Oh dear, wishing him all the best. Hope he’s ok.

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